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Joined: 31 Jan 2007
Location: Wyoming glazing confrence
Sat Sep 13, 2008 9:21 pm
Can anyone recommend...
No, I cant recommend, as I don't do much video editing, but here are some promising looking candidates to take a peek at. I know you are on a fixed income, being retired and all, so I only looked for free apps.
You didn't mention what OS, it looks like these are both for Win.
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Joined: 31 Aug 2005
Location: Australia, where a dingo stole my eski
Sun Sep 14, 2008 3:43 am
You could always trying installing Avid DV Free. If you make the incoming video signal a 'non-rolling' source it should capture at that frame rate. You will need to tell the program that you are recording at NTSC (which is the USA standard of 29.9 FPS - rounded up)
You won't get that aspect ration though. 640 x 480 is more a image frame size. NTSC, from memory is 720x480 (standard non-widescreen)
From there you can edit in that program and output to tape or file. Avid quicktime is probably your best bet, then use TMPEG encoder to crunch.
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